In terms of just raw upside, the class of 2022 has a lot of really promising athletes here in the state of Georgia. One player who has some of the biggest upside is Joshua White out of Cedar Grove. It doesn’t take too long to notice the 6’5″ 248 lbs. defensive end on film. The
Another Class of 2022 athlete who made a top play last weekend was Carrollton’s Terrell Carmichael. The 6’1″ 187 lbs. sophomore was standing around midfield for a return, but a slick rugby punt had the ball tumbling down to the 30-yard line. The speedy-sophomore tracked the bouncing oval to the 30-yard line where he secured
Antonio Martin Jr. was a 2022 running back that first stepped onto the varsity lineup a year ago for Langston Hughes team that was desperate for some offensive production. The shifty-yet-powerful back took those strong offensive exploits from his freshman year, then internalized that momentum into the offseason where he made some nice improvements physically.
Terian “TJ” Williams II started off last fall just trying to crack the varsity rotation at Parkview, which is a tall task for any freshman across the state, let alone on one of the more competitive teams in the largest classification in Georgia. The two-way player who shined as a QB throughout youth ball,